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Pixar Pier & Pixar Fest Updates

If you haven't heard by now there are some BIG Changes happening over at Disney California Adventure Park.  The formally Paradise Pier is being transformed to Pixar Pier.  The Pixar Fest Celebrations run from April 13th - September 3rd, 2018.

(article updated June 10, 2018)

Beginning April 13th the "Paint the Night Parade" will debut in Disney California Adventure Park with several preferred dining and seating package options.

In addition to Paint the Night Parade, the Incredicoaster is scheduled to open late June.

Over in Disneyland April 13th - September 3rd is the Pixar Fest.

  "Together Forever- A Pixar Nighttime Spectacular" will light up Disneyland by bringing Sleeping Beauty Castle to life through projections.  This nighttime spectacular will feature Buzz Lightyear and the house from "UP" flying over Sleeping Beauty's Castle.

Beginning June 11th - September 3rd, 2018

Disneyland Resort is Offering 'Bring A Friend' Special Discounted 1 day Park Hopper Tickets. Visit this link for more details 

June 23rd Pixar Pier opens several culinary options in DCA

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Lamplight Lounge (now accepting reservations & menu available online)

Adorable Snowman Frosted Treats (now open)

Poultry Palace

SeƱor Buzz Churros

Angry Dogs

And let's not forget about the limited-time Pixar Fest Themed food and merchandise in both Parks. Toy Story, Up, Coco and Monsters Inc )

Future Plans for Pixar Pier

"In 2019, Jessie the yodeling cowgirl will invite you for a rootin’ tootin’ spin on Jessie’s Critter Carousel. Inspired by Jessie’s wilderness friends in the “Woody’s Roundup” television show from “Toy Story 2,” this newly reimagined attraction is a classic boardwalk carousel with a whimsical spin. Saddle up on one of 56 adorable friends, choosing from a turtle, snake, buzzard, armadillo, bunny, deer, raccoon, ram, skunk and two cozy logs inhabited by a family of owls."- (Disney Parks Blog)

Stay Tuned for more updates.

(article updated June 10, 2018)